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#ASHA12

  Atlanta, Georgia here we come! We are thrilled to be exhibiting again at ASHA this year to share our apps and products at booth #731, and to meet fellow treating SLP’s. However, we are also extremely excited to be spending time with Pediastaff at their booth #1823 which will focus on networking with other […]

Spookley the Square Pumpkin

Title: The Legend of Spoookley the Square Pumpkin (ebook/app) Author: Oceanhouse Media Description: A rhyming story about pumpkin who is “different” than the rest. Although this is difficult, Spookley’s difference becomes very helpful to the other pumpkins in the patch, and they learn an important lesson. Goals: Phonological Awareness (rhyming) Vocabulary (Halloween) Social Skills Narrative Why I […]

Versatile Blogger Award

          We are honored to have been nominated by Jen Hatfield at Therapy and Learning Services. Thanks Jen for including us among so many wonderful blogs. We are thrilled! We are following through with the requirements to ensure our nomination. Here we go… 1. We have been following Jen’s blog for […]

From the Ocean Floor to the Classroom Door

I am always trying to find new and innovative ways to help my students navigate the complex world of childhood. I am constantly manipulating strategies I find on social media outlets such as Pinterest and educational blogs. I love to see what other educators are doing and I enjoy trying to adapt these ideas to […]

Llama Llama Holiday Drama

Book Title Llama Llama Holiday Drama Author: Anna Dewdney A brief description: Llama Llama Holiday Drama is a cute book about a young llama who endures all of the preparations of Christmas and eagerly anticipates the arrival of the holiday…only to find that the hoopla of the big day is a bit too much. The […]

Edublog Nominations

    Nothing like waiting until the last minute…but wanted to participate in this years Edublog Awards nominations. There were so many great blogs and individuals to consider. We continue to be inspired and grateful for all of the wonderful educators out there, sharing information. Best blog: Speechtechie continues to be our “go-to” for inspiring ideas. Not […]

It Looked Like Spilt Milk

Title: It Looked Like Spilt Milk Author: Charles G Shaw This post was reprinted with the express permission of the author, Deb, from SpeechGadget.com Thanks Deb! THURSDAY, JULY 7, 2011 It’s in the Clouds—Therapy Ideas Today, I want to take a moment and talk about clouds. I don’t mean the tech clouds that involve storage. I mean […]

How Full is Your Bucket?

This book review has been reprinted with the express permission of the author, MJ Fledderjohn, from her blog found at PreschoolSpeech.com. Title: How Full Is Your Bucket? For Kids Author: Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer One book I read in my pragmatics language group following a unit on feelings is the story How Full is Your Bucket? For […]